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Jul 23, 2012 6:00am EDT
family members and old friends of james holmes. he was a gifted kid, a student at the university of colorado, a phz. contradict that with this story that we have for you, it was the mere sound of his voice that led a gun club owner that we just spoke to to warn his employees about this 24-year- old. back on june 25, james holmes e- mailed an online application to a private gun club outside of denver in which he said he's not a drug user or a convicted felon. the owner called holmes three times to discuss his application. holmes never called back. our andean mccarren is in colorado. the message was very disturbing describing the voice as low, guttural, freakish even. he immediately told his staffers to not let holmes in to a july 1 orientation. >> one of my staff members called and said hey, what was the name of that person that you flagged for us? once that james holmes? i said yes. they said well, that's the name of the shooter. my main reaction was thank you, lord, for not giving him to us so we didn't have to have that problem. >> we also learned holmes purchased $300 worth of
CBS
Jul 24, 2012 6:00am EDT
of the crime later today. >> reporter: investigators for james holmes' defense team are scheduled to go inside the century 16 theater today. they'll be looking for any evidence they can find which could help defend their client. >> people versus james holmes. >> reporter: on monday holmes appeared in court for the first time for a preliminary hearing. his hair was dyed orange red and he had a dazed look at the judge advised him about his rights after alleged crime. >> you're accused of a class one felony under colorado law. >> reporter: some of the victims' families were inside the courtroom, including the father of 6-year-old veronica moser-sullivan, the youngest to die in the shootings. david sanchez waited outside the courtroom. his son-in-law was shot in the head and is in critical condition. >> i could feel the pain going on in there which really makes you a little bit more angry about this man that decided to take everybody's life. >> reporter: prosecutors have 60 days to decide whether to seek the death penalty. in that time the district attorney says she'll talk with the victims' famil
CBS
Jul 30, 2012 6:00am EDT
is back in court. james holmes will be formally arraigned and officially charged. he was first in court one week ago, holmes is accused of killing 12 people inside a movie theater are july 20th. he is facing more than 100 charges. prosecutors will be setting up their case to give him the death penalty. >> his mental state during this process, in terms of when he is competent to even go through this process now, and his mental state at the time that he committed these acts and not just at the time he committed these acts but the time leading up to the commission of the acts. >> reporter: this weekend in indianapolis, that's consider's regan smith drove a car pained to honor the 12 victims who died in the shooting. >>> the man accused of plotting a shooting at his office is undergoing an emergency psychiatric evaluation. this will be going on for at least a week. on friday police arrested neil prescott, he was in the process of being fired from his job. he told a supervisor he was going to quote blow everybody up. prescott has not yet been charged. >>> a jewelry store owner is dead and po
CBS
Jul 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
the earthquake last summer was in mega. that was 5-point -- august. that was 5 magnitude. >>> james holmes is facing more than 100 charges linked to the shooting in colorado. what's next in this case? >> charlie rose of "cbs this morning" joins us live with a preview from the east coast. >> hey, he is back. good morning mike and andrea. colorado massacre suspect james holmes faces 142 charges after monday's hearing. we'll talk to victims and their families about their reactions to the charges. >>> also, first it was transfat. then sugary drinks. now new york city's mayor is taking on infant formula. we'll discuss how government regulation is affecting our everyday decisions. that and more when we see you at 7:00 from new york. >> good to see you again. >> thank you. good to see you again. >> thank you. it was great. [ laughter ] >>> congress still has until the end of the year until we hit what some economists call that fiscal cliff. it would be a combination of tax cuts ending and defense spending cuts in a big way. >> defense workers in our region say those cuts could cost more than 150,
CBS
Jul 11, 2012 6:00am EDT
some national campaigns connected to some big time important folks, possibly delegate eleanor holmes norton, secretary of state hillary clinton and even president barack obama. those campaigns as well received money allegedly by miss harris and jeff thompson and so this corruption scandal continues to grow in and out of d.c. andrea, back to you. >> it's not going to go away. delia goncalves live outside the wilson building this morning. >>> arlington county police have several leads in their search for the driver who struck and killed a pedestrian. we brought you this as breaking news yesterday morning. 62-year-old robert shepherd was hit while in the middle of route 110 near the pentagon. shepherd is from lawrence, massachusetts. his girlfriend there had reported shepherd missing about two weeks ago. >>> today the head of fairfax county's board of supervisors is going to ask for a formal investigation into the 911 outage that followed last month's major storm. many blamed verizon since that's the company that operates the 911 network in that region. fairfax county board of superviso
CBS
Jul 13, 2012 6:00am EDT
holmes norton releasted a statement on the investigation as well -- >>> it's been two weeks since that epic storm moved through the region and knocked out power to millions. today d.c. city leaders are looking for answers. yvette alexander will lead a public oversight hearing on pep koa and if -- pepco and how well it restored power to customers. more than 65,000 pepco customers in the district lost power after the june 29th storm. >>> now that the power is back on, the city of gaithersburg, maryland is feeling patriotic again. it will hold its fourth of july celebration tonight at the montgomery county fairgrounds. the event was canceled last week because of the storm aftermath. music begins at 7:30 p.m. and fireworks will go off around 9:25 this evening. the fairgrounds are on chestnut street that's just off route 355. >>> 6:36 now. we have commuter alert for you. metro will be slowing down trains. the next time it gets extremely hot. you see a kink in the track was caused by heat last friday and that led to a derailment near the west hyattsville station on the green line. no on
CBS
Jul 26, 2012 6:00am EDT
times but says he feels sorry for james holmes. >> there may be a new clue into those shootings this morning as well. charlie rose joins us from cbs this morning with a preview on that. good morning, charlie. >> good morning, mike and jessica. we'll look at what could be a key piece of evidence in the colorado shooting rampage. former f.b.i. insider john miller shows us what he's learned about the suspect's notebook. right after the shootings readit.com was the place to find photos and other details of the scene. golfer phil mickleson will be live in studio 57. that and more when we see you at 7:00. >> a little excited there, charlie? you play golf. >> a little bit. you got it. he wants some help with his short game. >> you're just the guy to provide that thanks, charlie. >> i'm the guy to talk to about a short game. >> we focus on the presidential campaign as we move forward. mitt romney is taking his campaign overseas now. the presumptive republican nominee is in london this morning. he will meet with prime minister david cameron, former prime minister tony blair today. he's a
CBS
Jul 27, 2012 6:00am EDT
not have those guns make sure they cannot obtain them. >> the suspected killer, james holmes will be formally charged in court coming up on monday. >>> maryland governor o'malley has been repeatedly facing questions about his political ambitions and expect even more of those questions to surface now. the democrat has launched a federal political action committee. and it's called oh say can you see. the pac. it would allow o'malley to raise money for any national race which is fueling speculation he may run for president in 2016. and o'malley spokesman says for now money will be used to president obama's re-election and same sex marriage referendum on maryland's ballot this november. >>> it takes a few seconds for a thief to steal your purse if it's unattended. police in prince george's county say that's what one bad guy is doing. targeting women at gas stations. delia goncalves is live in capital heights with more on this rash of thefts. with some tips for us too. -- for us too. good morning. >> reporter: good morning jess. this is something we need to be reminded of. a woman
CBS
Jul 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
the shirt and boom. james holmes is being held without bail. teresa garcia, cbs news, aurora, colorado. >> colorado state officials say gun sales have spiked in the days since that theater shooting. >>> here in maryland a ruling that could lift a law on conseemed weapons. a federal judge ruled the state cannot demand citizens have to provide substantial reason to request a conceal and carry permit. if upheld that law will be removed in two weeks. gun rights advocates call the ruling outrageous. supporters believe it protects the constitution. >> that does not mean it will be a free for all in maryland because we are keeping the vast majority of important standards that the entire rest of the country recognizes. things like background checks, things like i.d.s, things like fingerprints. none of those things are disturbed by the ruling and we do not want to live in a country where we have to show the government a good and substantial reason to exercise our rights. >> again just a reminder, this does not mean an end to things like background checks and fingerprints. >>> fire investigators
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